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State the function and responsibilities of material control.
To provide material support.
Discuss the following Operating Target (OPTAR) funding: Flight Operations Fund (OFC-01), Aviation Fleet Maintenance (AFM) Fund.
funding: Flight Operations Fund (OFC-01), Aviation Fleet Maintenance (AFM) Fund. FOF - Covers things not in direct support of maintenance.
AFM - Covers supplies and services in direct support of maintenance.
Define and explain the following term: ICRL.
Individual Component Repair List: Component Repair Capability.
Define and explain the following term: CRIPL.
Consolidated Remain In Place List: Authorized remain in place items.
Define and explain the following term: NMCS.
Not Mission Capable Supply: Cannot continue due to supply shortage.
Define and explain the following term: PMCS.
Partial Mission Capable Supply: Cannot continue due to supple shortage.
Define and explain the following term: NSN.
National Stock Number: 13 digits used to identify an item.
Define and explain the following term: NIIN.
National Item Identification Number: Last 9 of NSN.
Define and explain the following term: AVDLR.
Aviation Depot Level Repair: Depot level repair.
Define and explain the following term: AWP.
Awaiting Parts: Materials required for maint are not available.
Define and explain the following term: IMRL.
Individual Material Readiness List: Shows Items required for material readiness.
Define and explain the following term: AIR.
Aircraft Inventory Records: Establish accountability for equipment installed or used on aircraft.
Define and explain the following term: EXREP.
Expiditious Repair: Processing for repair of repairables or consumables.
Define the acronym for MILSTRIP and state its purpose.
Miltary Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedure - Established by DOD to govern requisition and issue material within standard priorities.
State the procedures for accomplishing the following action: Ordering parts and materials.
Recieve requirements from w/c, date and time, approve or disapprove indirect material requirements.
State the procedures for accomplishing the following action: Reciept and delivery of parts and materials.
Everything is documented on a DD 1340. Date and time recieved as well as w/c signature.
State the procedures for accomplishing the following action: Turn in defective components.
Turned in when replacement is requested unless CRIPL.
Explain the importance of the aeronautical allowance lists in relation to mission sustainability.
It lists the equipment and material to place and maintain aeronautical activities in a material readiness condition.
State the purpose of the following forms and reports: Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (DD Form 200), Missing/Lost/Stolen Report.
DD Form 200 - Used when government property is lost, damaged or destroyed.
Report - Done by completing a DD Form 200.
What is a flight packet used for?
Instructions used to obtain material or services that may be necessary for continuation of an extended flight.
What is the purpose of Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability (SM&R codes)?
Provides source for spares, and the levels of maintenance authorized to maintain, repair, or dispose of all equipment.